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SOAPSTone. Purpose: To use an analytical process to understand the author’s craft *AP Strategy for test taking* . Credit: Katie Brown, Erin Meese Shuksan Middle School. S O A P S Tone. Speaker- who?. Occasion- what happened?. Audience- reader?. Purpose - why? . Subject - what?.

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soapstone

SOAPSTone

Purpose: To use an analytical process to understand the author’s craft

*AP Strategy for test taking*

Credit: Katie Brown, Erin Meese Shuksan Middle School

s o a p s tone
SOAPSTone

Speaker- who?

Occasion- what happened?

Audience- reader?

Purpose- why?

Subject- what?

Tone- attitude?

s peaker
Speaker
  • Who is the speaker, not just the author!
  • What are they like?
  • What are their interests?
  • Who are they speaking for?
o ccasion
Occasion
  • What caused someone to think about writing?
  • What is the particular occasion for this specific piece of writing?
a udience
Audience
  • Who is the intended reader?
  • Who is the writer speaking to?
p urpose
Purpose
  • Why is this article being written?
  • Inform? Explain? Persuade ?
s ubject
Subject
  • What is the topic?
  • What is this article about?
t one
TONE
  • What is the author’s attitude toward the subject?
  • Does the writing seem positive or negative?